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The aerospace sectors are entering a transformative period. On one hand, increased IT/OT convergence is providing greater connectivity, increased visibility into systems and enhanced operational performance. On the other, the industry is making enormous progress towards reaching ambitious sustainable aviation goals.

But these exciting developments are also creating new safety, security and sustainability challenges. Solving them requires tailored technical solutions, combined with a holistic approach that considers present and future regulation.

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After over three decades of protecting Airbus’ complex systems, aviation is in our DNA. We use this experience to provide a comprehensive range of aerospace and aviation safety, security and sustainability services.


Our dedicated safety and compliance engineering teams are intimately familiar with the latest civil and defence aviation safety standards and all key risk assessment methodologies.

To complement their expertise, we’ve developed risk analysis software and digital transformation solutions to enhance aerospace and aviation safety.


From passenger aircraft to unmanned military drones, we provide end-to-end aviation cybersecurity services. They’re centred around four pillars – identify, protect, detect and respond.

Our experts help organisations identify how to boost their cyber maturity, and are well-versed in all relevant regulations including upcoming directives like NIS2. Our “secure by design” approach combines traditional technical vulnerability assessments with a strong human-centric focus.

With a robust plan in place, we protect systems and infrastructure with highly tailored architecture design and integration services, crisis and SecOps management, and network, data and endpoint security.

Our SOC services are designed to detect and neutralise attacks as soon as possible. But should the worst happen, our incident response and forensics team respond to incidents as soon as they’re identified. This enables our clients to keep critical systems running and prevent attacks from reoccurring.


Airbus Protect is pioneering sustainable aviation by developing and deploying solutions for unmanned aerial vehicles, sustainable aircraft and hydrogen supply chain management.

With unique cross-industry expertise, our consultants are well versed in all key ESG reporting frameworks and sustainable development legislation. We adopt a holistic approach to sustainable aviation and apply key principles of the circular economy wherever possible.

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Three questions, one expert: Gabin Ricouart, propulsion safety and certification engineer

In this series, we ask safety, sustainability and cybersecurity experts three questions about their role at Airbus Protect. Today, meet Gabin Ricouart, a former intern and propulsion safety and certification engineer based in our Toulouse office. Can you tell us more about your internship at Airbus Protect? During my internship, I worked on the particular […]

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A security model for distributed critical systems

This document presents a security architecture model for critical, distributed systems. As a model, it is a good tool to simplify analysis on complex systems, and is useful both in assessing existing systems, where divergence from the model points to probable security issues, and building new systems, where fitting in the model guarantees past experience is taken into account.

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Here’s what we learnt at the CS4CA OT conference – NIS2, IEC 62443 and cyber ranges

Though the conference covered a wide range of topics, a few came up more than others, such as NIS2, cyber ranges, implementing standards, supply chain security and cultural challenges. In this blog, we’ll dive into a few of these themes and reflect on what we learned at the conference.  What will NIS2 mean for us? […]